News

16 Aug

Small Business Forum

Small businesses are the most important driver of our economy.  According to Calgary Economic Development, 95% of businesses in Calgary employ less than 50 employees and 65% have less than four employees. I am concerned about the stresses being put on small business in Alberta...

01 Jul

July 2018 Community Newsletter

Pipeline Update As I write this the federal government has just announced that it will purchase the existing Kinder Morgan pipeline and the expansion project. If this means the pipeline actually gets built, it’s good for not only Alberta, but for the rest of Canada too. But...

01 Jun

June 2018 Community Newsletter

As we mark the fifth anniversary of one of the costliest natural disasters in the history of not only our province, but our country, I wanted to talk about the status of flood mitigation. Floods have had a huge impact on Calgary-Elbow, but that impact...

14 May

Student Transportation Open House

Our office is holding a Student Transportation Open House on Saturday, May 26th from 10 am to noon a the Elbow Park Clubhouse (800 34 Avenue SW). The open house is to gather feedback on the government's transportation survey.  Please join us.  ...

07 May

Wireless Public Alerting

Wireless Public Alerting is a service designed to deliver critical and potentially life-saving emergency alert messages to Canadians through the National Alert Ready system. Wireless public alerting allows governments across Canada to send public safety messages directly to compatible smartphones in an affected region. It...

01 May

May 2018 Community Newsletter

As I write this the provincial budget has just been tabled in the Alberta Legislature. By the time you read this the budget will very likely have been passed into law, but I wanted to share my thoughts on this latest effort by the government...

29 Mar

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Click here to read my spring 2018 newsletter which contains information on my Budget Open House, the Iniskim Centre at Mount Royal University, Elboya Heights-Britannia Community Association, and a flood update. If there is something you would be interested in seeing in future newsletters don’t...